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   Albuquerque Tribune (Newspaper) - July 11, 1962, Albuquerque, New Mexico                                u.8. p.t. OK. Vol. 40, No. 85 Trib Copyright 10SS Wew JfMlco Slats TrlbiMt Co. LOCAL FOBECAST: Fair with variable high cloudiness today and tomorrow. Continued hot. Daliy Sjxca Bundiy at 701 Silver 8W Albuquerque, New Mexico, Wednesday, July 11, 1962 30 Pages in Two Sections PRICE: SEVEN CENTS 30c WEEKLY Carlsbad A Joint Building Held Illegal City and County Would Have To Get New Bonds By JIM BOYEK The.: county and city can not construct a joint. building without submitting, a new bond issue proposal to the taxpayers. This is the opinion of. Asst Dist. Atty. William -Bin.gh.am. County Commissioner ..Vance Mauney requested the opinion. The request was made aft- er it was learned that the county's architect, Louis G. Hesselden, and the city's ar- chitect, James Liberty, were going to recommend today that a joint million build- ing be constructed in the cen- ter of the County Courthouse block. This; proposal also called for demolishing the court- i house. Separate Proposals Today, it Was learned that the recommendations to the commissioners will be separ- ately and not jointly from the architects. The recommendations wer to be made at 4 p.m. toda at a joint meeting in th County Commission Building 319 Fourth NW. Mr. Liberty could not b located for comment. So Mi Hesselden was asked why th recommendations would b made separately instead jointly. "Maybe I've changed my mind a little bit since then But I. would bi remiss in.my profession if did the merit of a joint building in tha cen 'Entitled to More' Freeman's Aide Cot Free Rooms, Then Billed U.S. By VANCE TRIMBLE Scripps-Howard Staff Writer WASHINGTON, July Agriculture Secretary John P. Duncan Jr. accepted free rooms and meals on six official trips this then collected for some of them on his government expense accoun; Duncan's travel expenses came to light today as an ncidental by product of the 3illie Sol- Estes investigation Checking hotel records i n Pallas where Billie Sol pickedup the tab for some Agriculture Department o f 'icials investigators d i s- covered the, Texas Cotton Sinners Association paid Dun- can's bill April 2 at the itatler Hilton. "I have neither _ violated lanta and the Virginia Farm :overnment regulations nor aken reimbursement to which was not Duncan arid. "I could have charged ter of the Hesselden said. "I am writing two recom mendations. And I'll just le the commissioners s e 1 e c he added. The first recommendation will be for the county to pro ceed with its present plans for a separate building ant let the city do as it wishes Hesselden said. Second Recommendation The second recommenda- tion will be the same as the one publicized yesterday to construct joint facilities al a cost of about million, he said. The second proposal would mean an additional cost of million for the county. The Sec JOINT, Page A-2 Roybal Dies, Ex-U Athlete Toby regarded as one of the greatest basketball players in Uni-, versity of New M e x ico his tory, died to- day at Veter ans Hospiti after a 1 b n illness. Mr. RoybalJ 30, is survivei by his widow, Dixie Lee, three children. The family re- sides in Santa Fe. Services will be held in Santa Fe tomorrow. Burial will be at National Cemetery on Friday. Memorial Chapel, Santa Fe, is handling funeral arrangements. Mr. Roybal also is survived Sec ROYBAL, Page A-2 Roybal he government more than I lid. I was entitled to more.' Produced Records The 44-year-old assistant ecretary, whose annual sal- ry is readily made .vail able his expense records. 3uncan said his Feb. 7 hotel bill in Atlanta was paid by the Cotton Producers Associ- ation and his March 22 hotel bill in Oklahoma City wa paid by the Oklahoma Cotto Ginners Association. Later, through an aide, Du: can said his Jan. 14 hotel bv in San Francisco was paid b the Council of Co-ops, and hi Jan. 17 hotel bill in Fresn was paid by the Fig Institute The Carolina, Georgia a n Florida ginners group pal his Feb. 11. hotel bill in At ers Union paid his March 2 bill in Richmond. Duncan made speeches be picked up his hotel tabs. All are interested in governmen 'arm programs and legisla In turning in his expense claims, Duncan said he didn' .ise any formula for deduct ng this courtesy hospitality But he estimated he deducted See AIDE, Page A-8 Training To Begin Peace Corpsmen Due At University Soon Training for Peace Corpslsultant. He complimented Mr duty in Colombia will beg: Tuesday at their University Sew Mexicoj for 124 volun-l 3ers. The aveiage age of t h e 'I r o u p is years and of those re- porting will be T u e s d a y Huber morning calisthenics will he first training session in c program which will last eigh veeks, with trainees xvorkinj 10 hours a day, six days e week. They will receive n public health and recrea ion, social welfare, chile economics, road build ng, carpentry, .plumbing arming, languages, govern nent, cultural affairs, and low to cope with the tactics E communism. William H. Huber, head o: UNM's University College, IE irector of the program vhich is financed under training project con ract with the Peace Corps. Mr. Huber is assisted by Dr. Marshall Nason, director f UNM's division of foreign tudies and an authority on ie Peace Corps in South America. They head the program's 4-member instructional staff riiich includes five native Mombians. William G. Toland of Bay- or University is at UNM and I remain here through nexl feek as a 'Peace Corps con- INSIDE YOUR TR1BUM TODAY pomics.................B-I3 Crossword Puzzle .......B-13 Editorials ................A-4 Harrison -...............A-10 Inquiring Reporter .......B-8 Markets- ................B-14 Patterns ............B-13 Pony Express ...........A-4 Public Forum............A-4 Ruark.....................A-4 Sports...................B-l-2 ?..'Starrics ..................A-4 ...................A-4 ...............B-0-7 TV Page ................A-15 Weather Data ...........B-4 Rabies Shots Ready For Texas Boy, II Jly Hie Associated Press An 11-year-old Tsxas boy arrived at Philmont Scout Ranch near Cimarron today and was hustled off to the hoalth lodge where a doctor was waiting to administer rabies shots. Eodney Berry of Amarillo, has been in northern New Mex- ico on a camping trip with his parents. He had been the ob- ject of a State Police search after Amarillo health officials said the boy should start tak- ing serum shots today. He had been bitten by a squirrel at his home. The squirrel later died but It could not be deter- mined if it was .rabid. Jack Ray, camping director at Philmpnl, said the boy told doctors at the camp he had not been bitten as long ago as re- ported and he apparently was still three or four days away from the deadline for begin- Huber on UNM's program. Volunteers will start ar- riving-at UNM Saturday. The program will hold a banquet Monday evening at La Placita restaurant in Old Town. UNM President Torn Popejoy, Jack H. Vaughn of the Latin American Desk n Washington, D. C., Jose Samacho, minister of the Co- ombian Embassy in Wash- ington, and Richard Reuter, executive director of CARE, speak at the banquet. Kennedy Tax il J i mm Gains Ground in TV I Plans Station To Serve Area Of Santa Fe By RUTH FINNEY Tribune Capital Correspondent WASHINGTON, New Mexico Broadcasting C of Albuquerque, N M toda had gained ground in a Ion struggle for permission to o; erale a television station c Channel 2, Channel 2 is considered a a channel for Santa Fe ah its surrounding area. Has 2 Units Here The company operate KGGM radio station an KGGM-TV, Channel 13, at Al buquerque and is headed b A. R. Hebenstreit as pres dent.and general manager. Its stockholders, officer and directors besides Mr Hebenstreit are N. M. Switz er Buchanan, Maurice Liber man, Sherburne P. Anderson S. P. Vidal St. and Vergi Abeyta. Mr. Liberman is an Albu querque lumber manufactur ng executive and Mr. Ander ;on, an insurance executive s the son of U. S. Sen Ilinton P. Anderson, D-N.M Mr. Vidal is former collector )f the Internal Revenue Serv ce for New Mexico. Mrs. Buchanan, formerly r. Hebenstreit's secretary s secretary of the corpora- ion and Miss Abeyta is as- sistant secretary. Miss Abeyta is now Mr. Heben- treit's secretary at the CGGM headquarters in Albu- querque, Last One Quits remaining contest ant for Channel 2, K and 1 of Santa Fe has asked he Federal Communications Commission for approval of n agreement under which s application for Channel vould be dismissed, in return or partial reimbursement of xpenses it has incurred in resenting its case. On June 16, the FCC ap- rovcd withdrawal of Thun- KGGM; Page A-S WASHINGTON, July 11 ;UPI) The Senate Finance Committee today voted 10-5 .0 kill the administration's >lan for compulsory withhold- ng of income tax on income rom dividends and interest. Chairman Harry F. Byrd, 3-Va., who opposed the with- lolding proposal, announced he decision after a two-hour closed committee meeting, 'he senators are working on tie administration's over-al ax revision bill. The withholding feature was key part of the administra ion's measure and also the most controversial. It woulc lave required 20 per cent o :11 dividends and interest to ie withheld for federal income ax at time of payment. Only five Democrats sup- orted the proposal. It was efeated by a combination o] ,ve Democrats and five Re- ublicans. President Kennedy consioV- red the proposal one of his nost important features of his ver-all tax reform package. The committee, however, id unanimously adopt a pro- ision to require corporations nd savings institutions to ptify. the government of all ividends and interest paid in xcess of A stiff schedule of penal- es for to be be added later, yrd told reporters. Spanish Dance Club is Formed A Spanish Dance Club is eing formed at the Barelas Community Center 801 Bare- los Rd. SW., with the first lessons to be given tonight. Clarita Allison, member of a well-known dancing family, will teach the art of Spanish dancing to all interested children. Baseball Today News ..........A-fTnlng the series ot shots, Never in Season SANTA FE, July (UPI) horned toad is always out of season in New Mex- co State Game Director Fred Thompson reminded lunters today. It is illegal to kill or sell lorned toads or to ship them out of the state, he said, Thompson said the animal s not only a picturesque iart ot Now Mexico popula- ion but also a valuable in- sect cater. National Houston a t Philadelphia Only game scheduled. American No games scheduled. SEEN IN FRANCE: This picture shows Eugene F. p'Neil proj- ect director, talking with colleagues. This is the picture as it was seen in France after being relayed from the United States on the orbiting Telstar. The picture ran for a little more than one minute on the Paris station after being picked in Brittany. (UPI Radiotelephoto) Telstar Tests Successful ANDOVER, Me., July 1 UPI) The dream of global elevision came closer t eality last night when a rbiting Telstar communica ons -satellite gamed images from spao into receivers in France am Ingland. Americans might see thi 9S4 Olympics from Japan on elevision sets in their homes nd viewers in Calcutta, Indif n the other side of the globi rom New' may. watch A story which appeared in he Tribune July 7 indicating ibrado Blea, 40, of 230 yrle Court NW, was stabbed i a family quarrel early tha ay, was in error in tha espect. Mr. Blea received a cut on s wrist when he allegedly roke windows of his son ictor's, car, police said. Mr. and Mrs. Blea had re irned home from a party nd were arguing when Vic r, 20, tried to help his lother get away from his ither, the police report said Police said Victor was irown out of the house and trying to get back in broke e xvindow in the front door, utting his finger. Mrs. Blea meantime ran to neighbor where she called lice, the officers reported. Victor went to the home of friend, and Librado Blea the windows both lors of his son's car, officers ere told. The Tribune regrets the error. Sanitary Sewer Trouble Compaction Gets Part Of Blame for Failure Trouble attributed partly to Joor compaction of a sani- :ary sewer installed after Oc- tober, 1956, is adding .0 the cost of the Northeast tion." Mr. Betts said. "But Heights Interceptor Sanitary I would hate to say it is all to blame on poor compaction. "It hurts us when we have Sewer. City Public Works Depart- ment officials reported the to go down beside an old difficulty developed on Sum- mer NE between California and Georgia, where an eight nch sanitary sewer in- stalled under sewer assess- ment district No. 1 by C. R. utility with a new one." He said utilities such as an assigned place on the street so that their trenches' are not close- together. But a contract let in October, .956, city engineers said. Remove Paving E. 0. Betts, public works director, said in reply to ques- vill have to be replaced. At per square yard, ho esti- mated this will cost about "We have to assume that part of it is poor compac- the 1964-65 w o r 1 d's f a i scientists believed. Technicians said 20 to 2 satellites orbiting the earth a the Telstar is doing toda would be sufficient to esta lish a global network. The speculated that this could b expected within three year The reception last night pictures relayed by the Te star at stations in Goonhill; England and Pleumeur-Boi dow, France, was regarde as a communications feat i aling the development ot th telephone. Came As Surpirse It came as a surprise an a delight to scientists in An d over, who were already static over the perfect launc irom Cape Canaveral and th tiny sphere's performance i relaying telephone conversa ions and a television program back to the United States. Americans listened to th 'Star Spangled Banner" an saw the American flag framed against the 18 stor communications dome a Andover on their televisib sets in the first TV transmis ion relayed from, space. A-shot Sei Off In Nevada Janet Leigh Granted Divorce SANTA MONICA, Calif., water, gas and sanitary have onetime story- CAMP MERCURY, 1 small atomic under the desert, sur a geyser of earth a ball of fire and a plume o moke soaring. skyward today The secret weapons effect est was described by on vatcher as spectacular, with i rilliant flash of light despit ie bright a.m. sun. Pre umably it blasted a -large rater in the flobr of Yucca Observers in mountains 31 miles from the closed-off area ould see only the rise of the illowing white smoke o sound, no shock wave. The tests obviously was fa1 reaker than a shallow under- round shot fired last Friday The .device was said to have yield of: 20 kilo tons or less kilotone is equal to tons .of TNT. Davis Contracting Co. under when storm sewers or large sanitary interceptors are in-; stalled, they have to be sand-' wiched between qther utilities Always Trouble Betts contends that n o ions, that Universal Grading matter how well compacted X, the interceptor sewer a trench might be there< will iontractor, will have to re- move paving over the old rench, recompact the back- ill and repave over it. William Stevens, city cngi always. be trouble when an-] Other one is dug beside it. When a new trench is ex- cavated beside an old' one, Jiere will be cave-ins, the near, estimated that paving public works director con- our feet wide for a stretch ;ends. He contends this will approximately feet happen no matter how good marriage, ;he compaction was on t h e original trench. Janet Leigh book marriage of Janet Leigh and Tony Cur- tis ended cause "Tony didn't want to be married any longer." Thus the shapely ash blonde testi- fied today in Santa Monica Superior Court in winning an interlocutory de- c-ise from the Bronx-born actor after 10 years and 10 months ..Curtis, 37, did not contest the divorce. He Is in Perraany. The impulses, sent from Audover and amplified 10 bi lion times inside. the instri ment-packed ball circling tt earth, appeared clear and vi-" id when, they .came back i earth. The 50 stars of the fla were clearly seen, Most Successful Scientists called the ventur the most successful thus fa in the American space pr  cnled hourly since mldalght at the Air- port by the Weather Bureau; A high temperature of 97 ras forecast for today and omorrow with lows; of 58 in ie Valley and 66 at the Air- ort tonight. The low in the 'alley, this morning was 56 nd the high yesterday was 6. Some, variable high cloudl- ess will prevail through to- norrow. The normal mean emperature for today is 79 egrees. The extremes for his date: 101 in 1958 and 57 .1939. The relative humidity at .m. was 32 degrees. Sunrise morrow occurs at and unset at Carlsbad sweltered under eat of 104 degrees yesterday, ottest in the state, the cool pot this morning was Gain ip with a low of 52._______ SUNSHINE CHART This is the 192nd day of 1962. The sun has thone here on 1W dayi during the   

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